Dragon Touch 4K Action Camera 20MP Vision 3 Underwater Waterproof Camera 170° Wide Angle WiFi Sports Cam with Remote 2 Batteries and Mounting…

(2 customer reviews)


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  • 4K Action Camera with 4X Zoom: Professional 4K/30FPS, 2.7K/30fps, 1080P/60FPS video and 20MP photo resolution enables you to capture exciting moment for you. This camera also features zoom range from 1.0X to 4.0X.
  • 100FT Waterproof Action Camera: Place your camera into the waterproof case and securely fasten it, you can dive below 100ft (30m). Underwater cameras is ideal for water sports such as swimming, surfing, diving, snorkeling etc.
  • Wireless Remote Control & Adjustable View Angle: Put the remote control on your wrist while installing the camera on the helmet, selfie stick, etc, convenient to record moments in places. You can choose as many different viewing angles as you need to shoot, it’s up to you to decide expand or narrow field view.
  • Versatile & Compact: Dragon Touch 4k action camera features multiple functions including driving mode, image rotation, time-lapse, burst photo, loop recording, slow motion, dramashot, white balance, etc. Bringing this camera to more applicable conditions beyond your expectation.
  • Longer Battery Life & Free Mounting Accessories: action video cameras 4k comes with 2 rechargeable 1050mAh batteries, remote control wristband and 18 accessories kit, each battery can record up to 90 minutes. The accessories kits are available for most kinds of camera even AKASO, GoPro.
Product Dimensions

2.36 x 1.18 x 1.97 inches

Item Weight

5.3 ounces

Item model number

Vision 3


2 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

February 26, 2018


Dragon Touch

Country of Origin


2 reviews for Dragon Touch 4K Action Camera 20MP Vision 3 Underwater Waterproof Camera 170° Wide Angle WiFi Sports Cam with Remote 2 Batteries and Mounting…

  1. Laura

    Ok, let me start from the beginning.
    Ordered this because I wanted a dash cam, an affordable one, and also because I am an outside evangelist and wanted something to wear on my person when I go out. So I seen this cam as opposed to the go pro.
    The package came very quick and hassle free. Everything, meaning the accessories were nicely packaged in their own individual baggies and the camera itself was tightly placed in a plastic mold hold. So it was nice and tight in the packaging.
    I looked at everything that was included and everything seemed to be accounted for.

    Now let me start off by saying that the user manual does come with an arrangement of how to attach certain parts of the accessories to acquire the desired mounting fixture. And the user manual is pretty basic and pretty accurate to what the machine does and how the menu is formatted and will appear and in the correct order. As far as the car mount that sticks to the window or dash, well plain and simple, it’s sort of crap. The sticky part didn’t stick at all so there was really no way for me to mount it because I wanted to check out the actual camera to make sure I was going to keep it. So that was a bummer.

    As far as the app goes. I was only able to see the displaying picture of what the actual camera was seeing, on my phone, only once. I was never able to do that again. Also you have to have the phone hooked up to the cameras wifi to be able to connect to the camera at all. But it’s useless because on the camera you can’t do anything like change to any other screen or do anything because in order to stay in wifi mode you have to stay on one screen, on the camera. Now that would be fine , IF you were able to see the live footage of the camera on the app. Because on the app, while the phone is connected to the camera’s wifi, all the settings are available on the app, but not the ability to view the live feed or even snap a photo??? That was also a bummer. Perhaps there is a way to, but I wouldn’t consider myself a technology delinquent in most ways and when it comes to most things, technology related. So I’m not sure why I was never able to get it going again. I was really bummed about that.

    Now to speak about the remote. The remote is a simple little photo or video optioned wrist worn velcro band. I was able to snap a photo from it with a very direct attempt towards the camera. I was also able to begin the video footage with the remote, but I was not ever able to stop the video footage from the remote, even when I held the remote right next to the camera. So that again was a bummer.

    Now to the camera again. The footage and quality of the footage for me, is absolutely GREAT! I mean I’m not a professional artist or anything close to the such, but I have eyeballs and I love what I see. Even the pics are pretty good. I didn’t have any problems shooting with the 4k, even while driving. Now when you review the footage on the camera itself it looks a bit lesser. But I would stick the sd card into my phone, because I edit my videos from my S7 Samsung anyways, and I really like the footage. I like the quality. It looks much better on the computer or on the phone that reviewing it on the camera itself. So don’t review your footage on the camera because it really looks much better on the phone or computer than on the camera. I really do like the footage. It’s perfect for what I wanted.

    Now to the conclusion of my review, the deal breaker is this. For some reason the camera will just turn off. The battery is full, but it just turns off. So I put it in my car with a different mount that I have and turned it on while I drove around to run errands, I did this for a couple days so that I could really test out the camera, and quality. And the most I was able to record all at once, was 37 minutes and some odd seconds. I turned on the camera, still full battery. But I’m just not sure what the problem is, or why it’s doing it. I am going to report it to the seller, but if I cannot get it figured out then I will return it and have to find something more reliable.
    I hope this helps someone out there.

  2. Rusty Goldberg

    I’ve owned one other GoPro knockoff “action cam” before, and this is a definite improvement. The accessories are useful, the picture quality is good, and the price is great. I’m still a very satisfied customer with the drawbacks below that you should expect to live with.

    The battery life on my first use was not good. My wife and I took a long motorcycle trip and it drained the batteries in 18-30 minute spans of recording. However, on the way back home, I got a full hour+ of recording each battery swap. Not sure how to explain that, but I got much more footage of the journey on the way back home, and it all looked good.

    The helmet mount works fine, once you really tighten it down. The first leg of the trip I got some great video of the sky because the wind pushed the camera back. However, once I really cranked it down, it was fine. I don’t expect to use the camera for anything but this use case, so it’s fine for me. But I wonder how it would be if I had to change mounts for any reason, as the size and placement of the tightening screw is difficult to use, and I hope the plastic swivels and the threads of the nut hold up to that pressure.

    Sound sucks, but that’s to be expected. If you wanted to record audio to narrate your trip or do a motorcycle review or something, you should use a separate device. This will record a lot of wind noise, and any impacts you might encounter, and not much else. That’s fine by me.

    The one time I tried testing 4K recording, I ended up with a 10-15fps video clip. I’m guessing this is something the camera chose to compress down to due to the write speed of the memory card I had in it at the time. I haven’t had reason to record in 4K since then, because I valued recording time over resolution.

    Speaking of recording time, my entire journey, which amounted to about 8 hours each way (nearly 7 hours not counting breaks and fillups), fit on one 64GB SD card. I brought others, but never needed them. I uploaded my clips to Google Drive when we reached our destination, so at 1080p/30, expect about 8 hours on a 64GB card, maybe more.

    My first attempt at a “dashcam” for my motorcycle was using the handlebar mount. It held on well, but in the footage, it was vibration city. That’s why I used the helmet mount thereafter; plus that way it recorded everything I saw.

    And finally, the app is… quite bad. It’s unreliable, it doesn’t really transfer recorded video files, and it makes my phone get very warm with use, which is strange. It does have one use, which is functioning as a viewfinder when mounting your camera to the top of your dome. You can dial in the right angle, then close the app and move on.

    I do like the remote on the velcro strap. I don’t see how the strap can be long enough to attach to your person if you were snowboarding or something, but it stuck to my handlebars just fine. There is no feedback on it to assure you that you’re recording or have stopped recording, but once you get the routine down, it works well.

    In my virtually nonexistent free time, I’m trying to assemble all my clips from that trip into a sped-up timelapse video, and if I can add it to this review when it’s done, I will.

    If you just need an action cam that does the basics in HD+ resolution, this is a great value for your money. I like the battery charging dock and that it can charge off any USB port you have handy. The name is a little misleading, as this does NOT have a touchscreen, but you wouldn’t be able to use a touchscreen when mounted inside it’s waterproof housing anyway. Maybe it touched a dragon before it left the factory? Who cares? It’s pretty much the video quality of a GoPro at a fraction of the price, and that’s exactly what I was looking for.

    Additionally, as many motivated sellers on Amazon, this seller offers accessories in exchange for honest reviews. This of course adds value to this already good value package. Would recommend.

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